Oxfam is working in Pakistan to ensure that all children have access to an education, particularly girls living in rural poverty.
We’re excited about the global premiere of “One Day on Earth” at the United Nations this Sunday. The movie records the human experience over a 24-hour period using material crowd-sourced from all over the world. Oxfam contributed footage to “One Day on Earth” film. We asked our affiliates and partners working in 99 countries across […]
"If the young Somalis learn something while they are young, then they will be ale to take part in the progress of their mother country."--Ahmed
"What I hope for the future is that there will be no going back to war. That’s what I hope."--Augustino Buya
Villagers in a remote region of Tigray used to walk six hours a day to fetch water for their families. Now, a dam provides a reliable source nearby, ensuring local children have plenty of time to attend school.
Atsbha Abraha was just 7 when he and his mother were forcibly resettled in a western region of Ethiopia. Years of hardship followed--and the beginnings of a lifelong hunger for learning.
Poverty, insecurity, a lack of trained teachers, and poorly equipped schools have begun to erode the progress Afghanistan has made in educating girls.
“An uneducated person means a blind person,” says Hussein Kadir who, with his wife, is working hard to make sure their children have a chance to go to school.
A new mantra for Haiti: feeding minds.